Below you will find the presentations, handouts, and tools used during the workshops presented at our Community Schools Forum held on November 14 - 15, 2014 in Lisle, IL.  If you cannot find the materials you are looking for, please contact Havilah

Pre-Forum Seminar: Gang and Violence Intervention Strategies for Community Schools
- Urban Life Skills Gang and Violence Intervention Strategies for Community Schools

Concurrent Workshops: Session I
Hitting the Ground Running: Strategies to Help New RCs Start Strong and Stay Strong
In it for the Long Haul: Deepening the Work of Experienced RCs
A Whole Different World: Community School Work in High Schools
The Critical Role of Community School Lead Partner Agencies: Developing and Maintaining Effective Organizational Practices
Patrick Brosnan, Executive Director, Brighton Park Neighborhood Council
Kimberly Kelly, Associate Director of Community Schools Initiative, Family Focus, Inc.
Marjorie Lewe-Brady, Director of Partnerships for Safety, Wellness, and Achievement, WeGo Together for Kids, West Chicago Elementary School District 33
- Lead Partner Agency PP
Introduction to Student Assistance
Kristie Shurtleff, Student Assistance Resource Specialist, Prevention First
Common Core for Parent Organizers: Strategies and Tools for Supporting Parents, Students, and Teachers
Linda Reabe, Director, Illinois State University Center for the Advancement and Support of Educational Initiatives
Deb Strauss, Illinois PTA
Passport to Community Schools: Travel the Indy Experience in Family/School/Community Engagement
Jackie Garvey, Executive Director, Indiana Partnership Center
Jim Grim, IUPUI Midwest Center for University Assisted Community Schools & George Washington Community High School
Dr. Monica Medina, IUPUI Community Learning Network, Martindale Brightwood Alliance for Educational Success
Nicole Oglesby, IUPUI Community Learning Network, Martindale Brightwood Alliance for Educational Success
Mary Studley, IUPUI Community Learning Network, Martindale Brightwood Alliance for Educational Success
Scientist for Tomorrow: Promoting STEAM in After-School to Enhance Academic Performance in Community Schools
Marcelo Caplan, Associate Professor, Department of Science and Mathematics, Columbia College Chicago
- Scientists For Tomorrow
Concurrent Workshops: Session II
School Day-Extended Day-Home: Common Core Connections
Dr. Barbara Radner, Associate Professor and Director, Center for Urban Education at DePaul University
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Community Schools Expand Common Core Progress
Supporting Post-Secondary and Career Exploration Opportunities through Community Schools
Fanny Diego-Alvarez, Community Schools Director, Enlace Chicago
Agnes Krynski, Youth Employment Coordinator, Enlace Chicago
Jorge Mena, Post-Secondary Coordinator, Enlace Chicago & Farragut High School
Katya Nuques, Associate Director, Enlace Chicago
Suzanne Zoheri, Post-Secondary Coordinator, Enlace Chicago + Little Village Lawndale High School
Using Data for Continuous Program Improvement
Fausto Lopez, Consultant, American Institutes for Research
Jaime Singer, Senior Consultant, American Institutes for Research
- Using Data for Continuous Program Improvement
- Communication and Collaboration Checklist
- Gathering and Working With Data
- Improvement Plan
- Indicators for Program Goals
- Telling Your Story Guide
Strategies for Creating a Truly Seamless Day for Your Students
Stefanie Eldred, Community School Coordinator, Hillcrest Elementary School (San Francisco, CA)
Dr. Hayin Kim, Director of Community Schools, San Francisco Unified School District
Afterschool Alignment Worksheet
- Classroom Support Reflection Sheet
- Hillcrest Community School
- Hillcrest Community School Timeline 2013
- Hillcrest RtI Triangle
- Hillcrest Sample ASP School Day Alignment Agenda
- SFUSD Community Schools 101
- Creating a Seamless Day Prezi
DON'T SAVE THE WORLD IN ONE DAY!
Joseph White,  After-school Arts Instructor, Children's Home + Aid & Salmon P. Chase Elementary School
Larissa Zageris, Program Coordinator, Children's Home + Aid & Salmon P. Chase Elementary School
Creative Communities: Using Arts-Integration to Build Relationships
Ryan Hurley, Program Manager, Arts @ Large
Hope After Trauma: What we can do to respond in a sensitive way
Jennifer McCraw, Manager, Metropolitan Family Services
- How to Help Children and Youth with Childhood Trauma
- Using Your Knowledge of the 5 S's
Hope After Trauma Powerpoint
Advocating for Our Work: Implementing a Community School Advocacy Agenda
Patrick Brosnan, Executive Director, Brighton Park Neighborhood Council
Melissa Mitchell, Executive Director, Federation for Community Schools
Julie Schifeling, Community Outreach Program Director, Bradley University
Culture Shift: Can Non-Profits and Schools Really Work Together?
Shelia Brantley, AFT Retired Teacher, New Haven Public Schools (CT) and National Faculty, Comer School Development Program at Yale
Laoise King, Vice President of Educational Initiatives, United Way of Greater New Haven
Elizabeth Pellegrino, Director of BOOST, United Way of Greater New Haven
Susan Weisselberg, Chief of Wrap Around Services, New Haven Public Schools (CT)
High Impact Underfunded Community School Seeks Generous Community-Minded Corporate Partner
Sarah Closser, Community Schools + Prevention Program Manager, Children's Home + Aid
Jo Ann Flores-Deter, Program Coordinator, Children's Home + Aid & James Russell Lowell Elementary School
Dr. Patricia McCann, Principal, Benjamin E. Mays Academy
Gladys Rivera, Principal, James Russell Lowell Elementary School
Empowering Young Leaders in School and Community Service Projects
Suzanne Hahn, Principal, East Richland Elementary School
Concurrent Workshops: Session III
Building Successful Links Between the School Day and Afterschool
Heidi Dye, Program Coordinator, Children's Home + Aid & Sumner Academy
Hannah Mngwamba, Resource Coordinator, Metropolitan Family Services & John March Elementary School
Youth Engagement: Developing Youth as Agents of Change
Joyce Debrah-Sheppard, Partnership Development Director, Umoja Student Development Corp.
Ilana Zafran, Restorative Justice Director, Umoja Student Development Corp.
- Umoja Guided Note-Taking
- Umoja Lesson Packet
- Youth Empowerment and Community Quotes
Community Schools, Evaluation, and Impact Metrics: A Funder’s Perspective
Katie Pacyna, Senior Manager, Community Investment--Operations and Evaluation, United Way of Metropolitan Chicago
Mandee R. Polonsky, Director, Community Investment - Education, United Way of Metropolitan Chicago
Collaboration Works! Building & Sustaining Youth Programming, Parent Involvement and Community Engagement
Simone Baskerville, Arts Educator & Youth Development Advocate, focusmindproduction
Cooling Down Your Classroom -- Just 1, 2, 3 Breathe
Carla Tantillo, Founder, Mindful Practices
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Cooling Down Your Classroom Overview
Using Peace Circles to Support Youth and Adults Affected by Trauma
Sally Wolf, Director of Training and Program Development, Illinois Balanced and Restorative Justice Project (IBARJP)
- Using Peace Circles
Engaging Parents for School Transformation: Discipline & Restorative Justice
Felipa Mena, POWER-PAC Co-Chair, Community Organizing and Family Issues
Lynn Morton, Peace Center Coordinator, Community Organizing and Family Issues / POWER-PAC
Janet Vargas, Organizer, Community Organizing and Family Issues
Exploring Experiential Modalities to Support Students' Social, Emotional, Physical, and Academic Development
Andrea Knepper, Founder & Director, Chicago Adventure Therapy
Parent University: Informing and Empowering Parents in College Readiness
Hector Gonzalez, Family Outreach Coordinator, John Hancock College Prep
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